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on unraveling personal family mysteries, discovered they shared a unique bond. >> living now in greenwood -- >> it was a bond rooted in a 1966 nbc news documentary about race relations in mississippi. >> the people in other sections of the country are thoroughly convinced that we are prejudiced against colored people on account of the color of their skin. >> reporter: the unvarnished views expressed by white mississippians who felt their life was under attack sounds shocking today. >> i feel there was a racist effort. i am so proud of being them, they are what got made them. i am proud of being white because i am white because my parents practiced segregation. >> reporter: the man behind the camera was ray's father, frank, and the unlikely hero of that film was yvette's grandfather, a 40-year-old waiter, by the name of booker wright. this is a story about what booker said, the price he paid for saying it and the quest to find the truth contained in a flickering snippet of film. >> to think that i was related to someone who had done something profound was exciting. >> reporter: yvette john
will give you my endorsement, if you come to my hometown of greenwood, south carolina. and i think i had a little bit of wine during dinner, because right away i said, okay. so it's about a month later and i'm traveling back to south carolina and we flew in late at night, i think we were coming from iowa. we had been campaigning nonstop, traveling all through towns and having town hall meetings and shaking hands. in between i'm making phone calls, asking people for support. so we land in greenville, south carolina around midnight, we get to the hotel at 1:00 in the morning. i'm wiped out, exhausted. back then we didn't fly on air force one, the accommodations were a little different. and just as i'm about to walk into the room, one of my staff pats me on the shoulder and they say, excuse me, senator. i was a senator back then. we're going to have to wake up and be on the road at 6:30 in the morning. i said, what? why? well, you made this promise to go to greenwood and it's several hours away. and you know, i try to keep my promises. so a few hours later i wake up and i'm feeling terrible
and be on the road at 6:30 ini said what, why? go to greenwood and it's several hours away. my promises so a few hours later terrible, i think a cold is coming on and i open up the curtains to get light to wake me terrible storm. i get some coffee and there is a bad story about me in the "new york times." i was much more sensitive to bad stories then. downstairs and i'm walking out to the car and my umbrella blows open and i'm soaked. so by the time i get in the car i'm wet and mad and still kind of sleepy and it turns out that greenwood is several hours away from every place else. drive. to greenwood although you don't of tall buildings around. we pull up to a small field house and i walk in and i don't hear a lot going on and the state representative said she about 20 people there. and we walk in and they're not excited to see me. i walk in and shake hands and say nice to meet you. and suddenly i hear this voice cry out behind me fire up. know what's going on but this is normal. and when the voice says fire fired up they all say ready to go. and they say ready to go. i look around and there is
my hometown of greenwood, south carolina. i think i had a bit of wine during dinner because right away i said okay. it's about a month later and i'm traveling back to south carolina. we flew in late at night. i think we were coming from iowa. we had been campaigning nonstop traveling all through towns the and having meetings and shaking hands and in between i'm making phone calls asking people for support. we land in greenville, south carolina at around midnight. we get to the hotel at 1:00 in the morning. i'm exhausted. i'm dragging my bags to my room. back then we didn't fly on air force one. the accommodations were a little different. just as i'm about to walk into the room one of my staff taps me on the shoulder and said excuse me senator, i was a senator back then, we're going to have to wake up and be on the road at 6:30 in the morning. i said what. why? you made this promise to go to greenwood and it's several hours away. iowa i try to keep my promises so a few hours later i wake up and i feel terrible. i think a cold is coming on. i open up the curtains the try to get some
near greenwood court and greenwood drive. the officers say the drivers got out of their vehicles and argued. one pulled out a gun and shot the other. the victim is in stable condition tonight and is expected to survive. the shooter ran away and still has not been found. >>> a 21 year old man from union city is dead after a woman discovered him in a garbage can over the weekend. police say joseph gonzalez perez was found unconscious yesterday by a woman taking out her trash. she called 9-1-1 but gonzalez- perez died at the hospital. today his family is searching for answers. >> he didn't deserve to be put in a trash can. he is not garbage. >> police say he had alcohol in his system and there were no obvious signs of trauma to his body. >>> there is word tonight a marine from san jose was shot and killed by police in palm springs over the weekend. the coroner's office has not released his name. family members identify him as 22 year old alan d. vienna il. there was an altercation and two officers opened fire, fearing for their lives and the people around them. the marine was based
on greenwood drive and greenwood course. the c.h.p. says that the drivers got out and began shooting on the one another. the other driver was taken though hospital is expected to survive. >>> gunfire in a menlo park neighborhood led police to round up four expected gang members. two homes were hit by bullets early this morning. police arrested four people, including two known members of a street gang that calls itself "the taliban." police also seized marijuana, assault rifles and a handgun. >> it's very, very quiet, i just don't understand how the violence that come in here. and i think it needs to stop. >> police say that the taliban gang was involved in another shooting ten days ago that injured four people. >>> police in santa rosa are following leads on the stabbing of a woman. there are still no suspects but they are questioning witnesses. they say the victim, 21 year old micaela woodridge. was stabbed five times and she was also left homeless after leaving a drug rehabilitation program. >> reporter: cia director gerald petreas stepped down last week. the stunning news of the four star ge
left greenwood, even though we still weren't getting any big crowds anyplace, even though people still cooperauldn pronounce my name, i felt good. and i'd see my staff and i'd say are you fired p up. they would say, fired up. are you ready to go? we're ready to go. >> joining me now is the woman the president was talking about. edith childs. thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> let me ask you, what did you think when you heard the president tell that story last week? >> well, i sat there and i kind of wondered why, you know. you just did what you have to do and you do it because it's the right thing to do at that time. and when i heard him, i just kind of sit there, oh, my goodness. he's talking about me. so it was nice to hear him. >> take us back to 2007. what impression did you get from him on that rainy day this greenwood, south carolina? >> well, first of all, when he came in, it wasn't really a fieldhouse, it was actually the civic center. and there was 38 of us. not many from 20, but 38. and he began to tell us why he wanted to be president and some t
tell you what, obama -- i will give you my endorsement if you come to my hometown of greenwood, south carolina." and i think i had a little bit of wine during dinner, because right away i said "okay." so it's about a month later, and i'm traveling back to south carolina. and we flew in late -- i think we were coming from iowa. we had been campaigning non- stop, traveling all through towns and having town hall meetings and shaking hands. and in between, i'm making phone calls, asking people for support. and so we land in greenwood, south carolina, at around midnight. we get to the hotel about 1 o'clock in the morning. i am wiped out. i'm exhausted. and i'm dragging my bags to my room. back then we didn't fly on air force one. and the accommodations were a little different. and just as i'm about to walk into the room, one of my staf taps me on the shoulder to say, "excuse me, senator" --i was a senator back then. up're going to have to wake and be on the road at 6:30 a.m. in the morning." and i said, "what?" "why?" "well, you made this promise to go to greenwood, and it's several hours
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has just returned from afghanistan. >> and in the background you can hear lee greenwood's "god bless the usa." >> that's so cool. >> that's great. >> 60,000 fans cheering. i cried twice when i first saw this video. >> my favorite part was to see his daughter become a 5-year-old all over again and just jump on dad. what makes this day even more special is that this was his daughter's 21st birthday. >> these moments are awesome because you can see the entire world disappear. 60,000 people, they don't hear them, they don't know. nothing else matters but what's in front of them. >> that's so cool. >>> one man is going the distance for a cause. >> to help kids with cleft lips get their own smiles by raising funds. >> i started smile trek not just to raise money but ultimately to raise awareness. >> the story behind the journey for smiles on "right this minute." >>> and this guy is attempting to high kick that limb. >> can you guess how this is going to end? >> really. let's just say he knocks the lights out. thefor the products they make; for them being in the right place at the right tim
of the brave? ♪ >>> that was lee greenwood singing "the star spangled banner" to wick off what we think will be a very emotional and touching half hour as we welcome 30 new u.s. citizens to our plaza and to this country, and it is cold out here, but i think a lot of hearts were warmed when we heard our national anthem in this moment. >> for those of us who were born in this country oftentimes, and this is not something that we're proud of, we take our rights and freedoms for granted. the people who are gathered here today and their supportive families do not take them for granted and certainly won't a little later this morning. >> a lot of people criticize this country, but the fact is a lot more want to be part of it, want to become citizens of this country, and it is a dream for so very many, and that's -- those dreams are about to be realized for this group of folks. >> it's amazing. it's amazing to witness this, and i think all of us will get teary-eyed in a moment. before we get to the ceremony, the citizenship oath offered by homeland security head janet napt know but first the we
, why? well, you made this promise to go to greenwood and it's several hours away. and you know iowa i try to keep my promises so a few hours later i wake up and i'm feeling terrible, i think a cold is coming on and i open up the curtains to get light to wake me up but it's pouring down rain, terrible storm. i get some coffee and there is a bad story about me in the "new york times." i was much more sensitive to bad stories then. and finally i get dressed and go downstairs and i'm walking out to the car and my umbrella blows open and i'm soaked. so by the time i get in the car i'm wet and mad and still kind of sleepy and it turns out that greenwood is several hours away from every place else. so we drive and we drive and we drive. and we drive and finally we get to greenwood although you don't know you're in greenwood right away because there are not a lot of tall buildings around. we pull up to a small field house and i walk in and i don't hear a lot going on and the state representative said she was going to organize a meeting for us. and we walk in and there are about 20 people ther
. it started in greenwood, south carolina. let's listen. >> turns out that greenwood is several hours away from every place else. it's a small building, a little fieldhouse and apartment. we go inside and lo and behold, after an hour and a half drive turns out there are 206 people there. i'm making may away around the room and i hear a voice come out behind me, fired up. i hear this voice saying ready to go. and the other 20 people in the room act like this happens all the time. i turn around there's this small woman about 60 years old. she's standing there and she looks at me and she's smiling and she says, fired up. turns out she's famous throughout the area when she goes to football games and when she goes to rallies and she goes to community events. she does this chant of hers. after a minute or so, i'm feeling kind of fired up. i'm feeling like i'm ready to go. that's how this thing started. this became one of the anthems of our campaign. so i've just got one question for you. are you fired up? >> ready to go! >> fired up? fired up? >> ready to go. >> are you fired up? >> ready to go! >> t
for international development and others about how we should do that. >> lillian greenwood. >> mr. speaker, official documents show the healthier together reviews best option in downgrading kettering general hospitals a and e, maternity, children and acute services and cutting 515 of its 658 beds. how can anyone believe the prime minister when he claims that n.h.s. services are safe in his hands? >> deputy prime minister. >> i find it extraordinary she persists in this willful scam. where she blurts out the worst case scenario when she knows no decision has been taken. and instead of frightening people about what's happening in n.i.h.s. why doesn't she celebrate the great work of our nurses and doctors who are delivering an absolutely well class service for the people of kettering and elsewhere. >> oliver colville? >> thank you. could the deputy prime minister confirm the government's commitment to marine renewable energy especially in the southwest? >> i think this is clearly -- marine renewable energy is clearly an area where the southwest has a real natural advantage and it's one of the many area
. sky 7 was overhead, cars converged on the scene. this began when two vehicles crashed on greenwood drive. the chp says the drivers got out, started arguing. the driver of a lexus was armed and took off running. the driver of the pick up gave chase and was shot block as way. police are still looking for the shooter. >> chevron found a way to get around costly repairs and clean air requirements at it's refinery. the plant damaged in august by a fire that sent a black cloud into the air. several thousand people sought medical attention. chevron told the bay area district it intends to repair but not to replace, the damaged unit. that means they will not be required toin stall new equipment though chevron says it will reduce its emissions. >> california state university system is about to make a controversial decision that could affect thousands of current students at 23 campuses. the trustees will vote on a plan to push out students who have been there too long, charging them additional fees. abc 7 news is here with a look at numbers. >> we're talking about the so called super seniors
targets around the world. and it defines the nature of the war that we're fighting 26 greenwood take up arms is now quite literally doing that and has to make good decision each day whether to pull the trigger or not. to show the abolition of his thinking he makes the calls. if you go back to 9/11 obama was interviewed of his reaction shortly after it happened and it was more like calling for the global where fifth day shoulder campaign. he's got the best they should spend more money to address the underlying roots of islamist extremists of and he did mention it would be worthwhile to dismantle the terrorist organizations that had arranged the attack. the vast majority of american people were not thinking of dismantling al qaeda but trashing, burning and hanging it from the highest peak. but that is a response to 9/11. but looking at speeches and his rating those who is beginning to grapple in a much more direct way more than we have to for national security it has not been remarked upon the death is extraordinary we've negative -- after being awarded the nobel peace prize after being e
in northern new jersey woke up to find the ground shaking this morning. the quake was centered in greenwood a community still dealing with downed trees and power outages from sandy. no reports of damage. this is the first tremor recorded in new jersey in more than two and a half years. >>> and more and more people around here are chipping in to help in the aftermath of sandy. a collection drive today and tomorrow at the fairfax county police department. >>> vice president joe biden and dr. jill biden will be in in virginia today campaigning for president obama. -- in virginia today, campaigning for president obama. >>> one last check of traffic, right after this. >>> one more thing, we are talking about the hurricane sandy relief efforts. a local police department is being out in the forefront, getting supplies to -- the fairfax county police department getting splays to the new york new jersey area. $5 million to the president's charity. >> the donald? >> yeah that is why i was late walking over. i was trying to find something on the internet maybe where he made multi-millions of dollars o
of road rage escalated today. two cars collided in greenwood drive in a neighborhood north of san pablo. the chp says both drivers got out of the car and started arguing and then suddenly one man pulled out a gun and shot the other. that gunman did run off, and was hospitalized but is expect ed t survive. >> the driver who lost control of his car was arrested on suspicion of felony driving under the influence. this is what the car ended up looking like. it plunged 5 feet onto highway 80 land iing on its roof. the overpass when it crashed through a guardrail. the driver and the 21-year-old passenger are amazingly only suffered minor injuries. still trying to figure out why they went so fast over that overpass. >>> california will roll out a historic cap and trade program this week. on wednesday the state will auction off pollution permits with allowances including electric companies and refineries. the program also places a cap on emissions by individual polluters. businesses are required to either cut emissions to the cap levels or buy allowances from other companies for each metric ton
. >> and don't burn greenwood. >> that's right. we could use a fire tonight. and inside the studio, it is so cold. this afternoon it really got chilly out there, the fall, crisp air. temperatures were slightly below average for this time of year. 3-5 degrees be low average, depending on where you were. so out of the door, 50s. 52 in livermore and 56 in san francisco and low 50s in santa rosa. so overnight we'll stay dry and see more clouds roll in. so we'll see partly cloudy skies across much of the bay area. temperatures will be in the low to mid-40s in some spots. we could squeeze out a couple of low 50s in the inland areas. and then tomorrow we'll warm things up slightly, maybe but a few degrees and see a mix of sun and clouds. in the low 60s around the coast and we could see a couple of low 70ss in the inland areas. but still feeling a bit cool. satellite and radar shows us what is going on. any rain we'll get will be north of the bay area. so the bay area will stay high and dry for the next couple of days. because a flat ridge is in place. the low will stay north of the bay area, extrem
patrol investigating road rage incident in the east bay. two vehicles crashed on greenwood drive in contra costa county. chp says the drivers got out and started arguing. the driver of the lexus was armed, he took off running. the driver of the pick up chased him on foot and was shot a few block as way >>> newly elected bay area councilmember in intensive care treated for meningitis. gary bell is you ever something a setback after winning a seat on the council last week. he got sick days before the election was able to leave the hospital to attend his victory party. he's -- >> today california state university leaders are considering what to do about undergrads who overstay their welcome they are called super seniors. the board is expected to discuss a proposal to charge hefty fees for students who have completed five years of fulltime graduate work. the board is expected to vote on the proposal tomorrow. >>> san mateo police starting new program to prevent traffic, bike and pedestrian injuries and death. department has received a $60,000 grant from california to fund special act
roooouuuunnndd. lightning round. >> lori, you were saying in the greenwood they that give him another chance. >> i was surprised. >> are you so mean. i would never say such a thing. this is disturbing. we had the bbc scandal. i have perfect children and i don't want to take them out of the house. >> if you have kids, you never take them out of the house. >> i will show you pictures of my children. >> you are psychotic. >> you have psychotic because you have met them and you know it. >> that is not true. >> should we assume all puppetears are sick freaks? >> that is unfair. that is terrible. >> have i to say elmo always creeped me out. something about his voice. >> are you transferring one man's indiscretion into an inanimate action affected his actions. >> how will sesame re-- how will sesame street respond? >> my kids were not allowed on the phone, "thank you." pee wee herman and web this thing. captain gang go riew and mr. grin jeans. >> then you hate our military because there is no way that guy was our captain. >> he was a calf 10. >> that was false advertising. i have never seen an offi
that shots rang out after a vehicles collided after ruling what and greenwood drive. j. r. stone has the latest. >> the latest is that the fact that these victims were treated and released. it is there, however wide and afternoon. people were running the on the streets with guns and their hand. as we see video from sky 7, abc. >> this is the first time i've ever seen anything like this i've never seen anything like that in my life. they both had guns. the guy in the truck got out and he says do not run away. so he started chasing a the driver a >> that neighbor told me to get him to not let him go and i said i do not want to get him because he has a gun. he could shoot me. i do not want to die. i and two young to die >> very scary from that neighborhood but the shooter in this case is still on the loose. the c h p has not given any suspect description. reporting live in contra costa county, j. r. stone, kron 4. spinoff tonight, the family of a man that is found dead in a trash can and union city is searching for answers. 21 year-old house joseph gonzales perez.... >> this is very ups
've got, it's not just me and joe, it's the producers, it's the costume department and the sarah greenwood his designer. it is a group of people that have worked together on a number of occasions. and i think at that point you have to do something that scares you. an you have to kind of not be safe. and you have to kind of try and push the boundaries. and i think we all felt like the idea was a little bit like jumping off a cliff. but we were all quite willing to do that together. >> rose: why not, at that stage. >> exactly y not. >> rose: it's only our career, it's only a bad movie or a good movie. >> well, i mean slightly-- . >> rose: you don't even think about career. >> no, i don't. i think you have to really be pushing yourself. i think otherwise it's just not interesting for an audience. you know, if you see people doing exactly the same thing again and again and again it gets boring. >> rose: that is if they mail it in. >> yeah, i think, it i find it very exciting walking that line of failure. and we really didn't know throughout making this whether it was going to work or not. i ha
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